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the last decade has grown, a lot. >> what's really outstanding is the fact that in 2010, the u.s. had an output of $4.8 trillion of manufactured goods. that was up from $4.1 trillion in 2000. we have been through two recessions in the last decade. >> reporter: recessions that forced come pans to innovate or face extinctions. 5 million manufacturing jobs were lost in the u.s. in the last decade. but new jobs have been created too. and believe it or not, many manufacturers in the u.s. are looking for help. >> you have to have the desire to work and show up every day. and then it's really basic skills. basic math. basing communication skills. we really love it when people come with sort of critical thinking skills or the ability to learn those skills. >> reporter: most of the idea for vermeer's machines are home grown. recently they entered into an agreement with the dutch company to become the u.s. manufacturer of this, a fully automated cow milking machine. >> it was amazing. it blew my mind. i watched it for four hours to make sure it worked. that's my kind of milking. farmer ed putz
is homeless. they are the new face of american homelessness. in the wake of the recession, experts say the u.s. stands at a historic juncture. the latest government data show the number of people in homeless families living in suburban and rural america rose nearly 60% during the depth of the great recession, an unprecedented surge. more than 1 million school children are now homeless, the most ever recorded. children like the kenard sisters, living a life of uncertainty and sometimes shame. >> the hardest part is people finding out. sometimes when we're on our way to school, we have to ride over in a church van and people can probably see that. >> reporter: what made you not want to tell everybody else? >> i don't want everybody to laugh at me. >> reporter: no one knew. you went to school every day, you played with your friends. >> uh-huh. >> reporter: then when they went home, what were you thinking? >> i was all happy for them because they had a house and i didn't. >> reporter: but she does have her precious birdhouse. why do you love it so much? >> because it reminds me of the old house. >
. >> reporter: but one place did get help from a heretofore unknown u.s. entity. we watched the clean-up activity at evelyn's, incredibly, they opened in time for halloween. >> in particular, we had help from the united states bartender's guild -- not the united states marine corps, not the united states anything. the united states what? >> the bartender's gild. the new york chapter. >> harry smith is with us from high above manhattan. harry, it does strike me, it takes a little bit of the thrill out of the upgrade from the iphone 4s to the 5. without a charge, it makes a really good skipping rock down your flooded city street, doesn't it? >> reporter: and oh, by the way, the service down there where there is no power because the repeaters can't be charged is really crummy, too. there's a lot of people trying to figure out how to get along. there's a certain reservoir of goodwill. and it's being spent day by day by day. quite honestly, it's starting to get a little bit low. >> we sure are sensing that part of it, as i said earlier, the kind of mechanism of a civilized society has stop
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